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Get this ultra-fast 2TB MSI SPATIUM M570 PCIe Gen 5 SSD for a new all-time low price


The MSI SPATIUM M570 is a PCIe Gen 5 SSD with one of the highest read/write speeds on the market. Its 2TB variant is currently available at a new all-time low price, allowing you to upgrade storage in your PC for only $199.99.

When connected to a compatible computer with a PCIe Gen 5 motherboard and processor, the MSI SPATIUM M570 can reach speeds of up to 10,000MB/s read and write. Transfer files and load games faster than PCIe 4, 3, and SATA-based SSDs. You can pair the M570 with a PCIe Gen 4 or Gen 3 motherboard, but the maximum speeds will be notably lower.


Get excited for next-generation storage performance that unites the latest PCIe Gen 5 controller technology and state-of-the-art 3D NAND flash, providing up to 1.5 times faster read/write speeds compared to the previous generation SSDs.

Optimized for the PCIe Gen5 interface, SPATIUM M570 SSD reaches read/write speeds up to 10000/10000 MB/s, allowing for rapid data transfer and shortened game load times.

The MSI SPATIUM M570 comes with an aluminum heatsink with a stacked fin structure to dissipate heat and help the drive operate at its maximum during prolonged and heavy loads. Therefore, no need to worry about buying a separate cooling solution.


Each MSI SPATIUM M570 has a limited five-year warranty and up to 1,400 TBW (whichever comes first).

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